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No. 2835, Luheleloa, Kawela, January 1, 1847
To the Land Commissioners, Respectful Greetings: I, Kuheleloa, here-by state my claim for land at Kawela. The name of the mo`o is Kumu-pali. There is one lo`i bounded on the north by Puahiki's /land/, on the east by Kookoo's /land/, on the south by a kula, on the west by Miahu's /land/. There is an upland /planted in/ sweet potato, taro mala. At Opana I have ....
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.... 39;s land
Mauka and Makai by the konohiki
Waialua side by the kula land.
Claimant has no kula land.
Claimant's house lot is in Kawela. It is not enclosed. He has held the land since the time of Kaeo (10 years). The land belongs properly to Lono, the wife of Huheleloa, who divorced her husband for adultery.
The konohiki consented to this claim.
[Award 2835; R.P.; 509; Kawela Koolauloa; 3 ap.; .5 Ac.]